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Welcome to Aldington & Bonnington

ALDINGTON

The parish of Aldington in the English county of Kent lies between the town of Ashford in the west ( 5 miles distant) and the coastal town of Hythe to the east (6 miles distant). To the north, the parish is bounded by the M20 motorway and the Channel Tunnel high-speed rail link. Beyond lies the city of Canterbury. to the south, the parish stretches into the low-lying coastal region of Romney Marsh. The parish covers an area of around 3,300 acres (1,376 hectares) of which area about 10% forms part of  Romney Marsh.

BONNINGTON

The small parish of Bonnington in the English county of Kent lies between the town of Ashford to the west (5 miles distant) and the coastal town of Hythe to the east (6 miles distant). To the north, the parish is bordered by the parish of Aldington, to the west, it borders the parish of Bilsington and to the south, the parish stretches into the low-lying coastal region of Romney Marsh. The parish covers an area of around 1,200 acres (486 hectares) of which about 40% forms part of Romney Marsh.